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Learn the Basics on Google Cloud Platform

Google's new project, Google Cloud Platform is currently in testing stage and it aims to provide cloud computing solutions for companies like Gmail, Google Docs, and others. The project is an open source project and Google is looking for people who are passionate about storage and sharing to contribute to the project. A simple way to get a taste of working on Google Cloud Platform is to sign up for the Google Developers Program first. In this program, you will get a free Google Apps domain name and $100 USD credit for installing and using Google Cloud tools.


Google Cloud Platform

Google Cloud Platform provides three distinct services for handling different kinds of file storage: persistent disks for block storage, Glacier for online document storage, and G Suite for file storage and access management. Google Docs is a productivity suite consisting of spreadsheets, word processing, and more. It is also used by many organizations as their main web-based email client and as their corporate file manager. Google Docs has an option to host files on external websites but Google's G Suite uses the Google Cloud Platform to offer better document access, manage and storage facilities.


The Google Cloud Platform aims to give all the software tools to organizations for managing their data. Users can choose from several different storage plans, including the popular Google Calendar and Google Checkup which allows them to create, edit, and view online invoices, work orders, checks, and other invoices, and Google Basecamp which enables the organization to handle tasks that require collaboration across different team members. There are four different levels of Google Cloud Platform that include: Business, Personal, Business with a license fee, Developer and Contract.


Google Cloud Platform has two types of plans: Standard and Pro. 

The Standard plan offers two to four users and up to twenty volumes Ontap. These are the standard storage type that most companies use in their business processes. The prices offered for these are set by the size of the company or its estimated needs. The biggest advantage of using the standard platform is that it provides inexpensive tools that can be used by anyone regardless of their technical background.


The Pro plan is geared towards larger companies that need higher volumes of data storage and greater access to resources. It offers five to twenty data storage volumes. This service allows users to have more control over the amount of money they spend on storage and maintenance. The pricing for this type of cloud service is based on the actual volume of data stored, including the usage and the estimated life of the storage device. The Google Cloud Platform has made it easier to manage data centers since it allows companies to outsource some of their management responsibilities.


In addition to the standard plans, 

Google offers another kind of service called the Persistent Disk. This is a powerful storage type that is used in Google's enterprise solutions like Gmail and AdSense. With the Persistent Disk, users have the choice between a managed backup and a consumer-grade persistent disk. This is an excellent option for businesses that need an on-demand, real-time backup that is very useful for applications such as Google Docs.

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